New York Times
Lurking around the edges of the male studies movement, moreover, in web sites like Paul Elam’s A Voice for Men, is a certain amount of anti-feminist hostility, if not outright misogyny.
[A]n article “Patriarchy for Dummies,” [Paul Elam] on the web site MensNewsDaily goes a whole lot further…blaming, if not the victims, then certainly human nature and the inherent relationship between men and women.
Editor-in-Chief Paul Elam notes that the April 7 conference was “underscored by the sound of academicians citing the horrific results of feminist ideologues being in charge of university programs and the research they produce; and of those same ideologues having sway over university policies that affect young men.”
Bangor Daily News
Several websites and blogs encourage supporters of Filler’s cause to contact the media and state officials about Filler’s situation and Kellett’s handling of the case. One of the sites is called “A Voice for Men” while another is called “Anti Misandry — Curing Feminist Indoctrination.” Other such websites include or are maintained by National Coalition For Men, Fillerfund.com, and The False Rape Society.